PROPERTY FROM AN AUSTRALIAN COLLECTION
CIRCA LATE 2ND CENTURY A.D.
A ROMAN MARBLE SARCOHPAGUS FRAGMENT
Circa Late 2nd Century A.D.
Of strigil-type, preserving a standing youth to the left, perhaps a Season, his body nearly frontal, his head turned to his left, depicted nude but for a mantle pinned to his right shoulder and draped diagonally across his chest, his face framed by luxuriant curls, balancing an attribute in his upturned left palm, and holding another attribute in his right hand
15 in. (38.1 cm) wide
Georges Gallery, Melbourne, 1982